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Parish Life – Our Weekly Blog

Adult Confirmation will be offered Saturday June 26th

Interested in becoming an Episcopalian through the Rite of Confirmation or Reception (for those confirmed in a different denomination)?  Bishop Perry will be with us for Adult Confirmations on Saturday, June 26th at 4 pm.

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Inspiration Through Service at Sanctum House

Three years ago nearly 50 CCC members and friends gathered at a recently-opened shelter for trafficked women. The Sanctum House building stood empty for some time and the grounds were in dire need of attention. In the space of

Special Project Committee: Campus Renovation Update May 2021

What is our Campus Redevelopment?

Following a detailed study and survey of the needs of the congregation and our existing facilities, it was determined that our campus and program space at Christ Church Cranbrook required expansion to meet

The Church at Its Best

By Glynis Williams, Director of Marketing and Communications

“But what if I don’t have insurance?” Echoing through the vaccine clinic, this phrase took on a new meaning on Saturday, April 17th. It was easy for me to minimize

Sponsor a Bike!

By Rev. Chris Harris, Associate Rector 

Become a Member & Sponsor a Bike!

If you have been thinking about becoming a member of Christ Church Cranbrook, there has never been a better time! Thanks to our partnership with Micah

Pass It On

By Amy Graham

 

It only takes a spark

To get a fire going

And soon all those around

Can warm up in its glowing

That’s how it is with God’s love

Once you’ve

Outdoor Worship Returns Palm Sunday Weekend

By Rev. Chris Harris

We are delighted to announce that we will be offering outdoor, in-person worship services once again!  Beginning March 27/28Palm Sunday Weekend – Christ Church Cranbrook will

How Have We Adapted?

By Rev. Bill Danaher, Rector 

A part of our annual Parochial Report this year, Bishop Perry asked each church in our diocese to share how we have adapted to the pandemic while continuing to serve our

Thin Places – In the Celtic Tradition

By Karin Hoffecker

A recent sermon at Christ Church Cranbrook spoke about “Thin Places” – those times or places where the veil that separates heaven and earth becomes so thin that they seem to touch. Click here

Movie Nights: Reflections on Community

By Barry Lawler,  parishioner

What are your early memories of favorite Movie experiences? Were you sitting on the ground at a youth camp or peering over your mother’s shoulder at a drive-in movie theater? Was it your first date with